A MELBOURNE musician will be returning to one of her favourite venues in Yackandandah for a live performance of her debut solo album.
The Star Hotel will host Cat Canteri, who will fill the venue with her ’70s rock, blues and outlaw country inspired music from 8pm on Friday of next week.
Her free show makes up one of five stops on her tour promoting her album When We Were Young.
Canteri is well known as the singer-songwriter and drummer with alt-country group The Stillsons.
Visiting for the fourth time, she said her music is well received in the North East.
“I’ve played a lot at Beechworth, Yackandandah and Bright and I always love coming to Indigo Shire, everyone loves the music,” Canteri said.
“When you tour a lot, there is nothing like a family owned pub, a community pub.
“It’s always a very different vibe when the person who owns it lives there and is part of the community.
“There are a few of those places around Australia I try to play at because it is always really great.
“They are such great supporters of live music.”
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